I've been breading it up over the past few days. I've made flat bread to have with a curry, pizza bases and a sort of damper thing with sultanas in it. I just like how basic the ingredients are, and kneading this big messy lump.
I imagine myself to be Malcolm Douglas cooking on an open fire in the bush. I like to think how cheaply you could possibly eat, and it still taste good-- homemade bread with just flour and water, lentil curry and rice... About 5c a month.
Not sure how to progress my bread past big hard lump though. How do you get fluffiness? I haven't tried yeast yet. I don't know what it is, or what it even looks like. It all sounds a bit foreign and biblical.
Any bread making tips that don't require a bread making machine (which is cheating, and very un-Malcolm Douglas)?